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Wednesday, 21 November, 2001, 09:54 GMT
Wolves bid for Miller
Kenny Miller in action for Wolves
Wolves are keen to snap up striker Kenny Miller
Rangers are considering an offer from Wolves for young striker Kenny Miller.

The 21-year-old arrived at Molineux on loan in September, but broke his collarbone after just five appearances in the Nationwide First Division.

However, Wolves manager Dave Jones was sufficiently impressed by the Scot and has lined up a bid reported to be in the region of 2m.

"We have Kenny on loan until 7 December and we have been talking to Rangers about an extension," said Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey.

"Rangers have informed us that they would consider selling him so I am now discussing that possibility with their chairman David Murray."

Miller has struggled to find a regular place in the first team since his arrival from Hibernian last year.

But Ibrox supremo Murray admitted that, if a decent offer came in for the player, they would be prepared to discuss a deal.

"I would prefer not to sell Kenny but every player has his price," Murray told the Daily Mail.

"The fact is that, when we have everybody fit, then we have 27 first-team players competing for a limited number of places at the club.

"Not everyone can play under those circumstances. Wolves have made an offer for Kenny and we are currently considering it."

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